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biotech

(bī′ō-tĕk′)
n. Informal
Biotechnology.

biotech

adjective Referring to biotechnology, see there.
noun Biotechnology, see there.
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The terms of a biotech investment often trigger complex accounting issues, especially in the area of stockholders equity transactions.
GPC Biotech AG is a biopharmaceutical company discovering and developing new anticancer drugs.
Despite these barriers, the future for industrial biotech in the pulp and paper industry looks bright.
Opponents of biotech believe lack of segregation places an unfair "either-or" alternative on both consumers and farmers.
In fact, some 12 biotech IPOs have been issued across the country during the past few months, which is a positive sign.
Pharmaceutical giants, breweries, huge food companies, chemical industries, heavy engineering giants and IT drive biotech research in Japan.
Seventy percent of today's biotech crops grow in the United States.
In the past few years, Medtronic MiniMed - a supplier of insulin pumps - has established its headquarters on the campus of California State University, Northridge, Santa Clarita has emerged as a biotech cluster at the Valencia Gateway development and Claremont McKenna College opened the first program, with the Keck Graduate Institute, specifically designed to train students to manage biomedical industries.
This pharmcrop is the creation of Applied Phytologics (AP), a biotech corporation that according to Greenpeace has about a dozen other pharmcrops being field tested in the same area and in Hawaii.
The deal flow is simply not strong in biotech," says Tom Gephart, founder and chairman of Ventana Global Ltd.
Most proponents favor approving biotech crops only if they are determined to be safe for human consumption.
Biotech companies utilize a variety of legal vehicles to protect themselves and try to enhance the possibility of recouping the considerable expense of research and development.